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After all that work to get Scrivener and Plottr on the Surface Go 3 I bought as a travel computer, I didn't end up working on my novel too much. That's not to say I didn't work on anything, though: I ended up working on revising a doll stringing ebook I've had for sale for many years, but that desperately needed to be updated.
Despite that, I'm still planning on getting back to work soon on the current draft of my first Ruby Ransome novel. To avoid working on too many projects at once, though, I'll probably finish work on the ebook first, then get back to work again on Ruby.
As an aside, I'm pretty happy with the little Surface Go. It was relatively easy to travel with, fit well on the airplane tray tables, charged quickly, and had plenty of battery for my needs. I carried it everywhere on the trip and its small size and light weight made that pretty easy. The keyboard is admittedly a little small but not so small I can't type on it. Sometimes small keyboards actually are better for me, since I can type quickly when my fingers don't have as far to reach.
I had gotten a bump-proof case for the Surface, which incidentally required a Microsoft brand keyboard as the other brand was too large to fit well with the case. That made me feel more secure about carrying the computer places. I do need to decide if I want any other accessories for the Surface Go, such as a pen or a USB hub (the Surface Go doesn't have any regular USB ports, only USB-C).
It's possible I'll continue using the Surface Go as an exclusive travel machine or even as an "upstairs computer," which would mean I may end up doing most of my novel writing on it. I do want to be sure I don't neglect my regular laptop, though, as it's not good for it to be plugged in all the time, either.
Stay tuned for further updates!